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Esper Says He Was Briefed On Alleged Russian Payments In February
Michael Cohen Back In Prison After Refusing Furlough Terms
Disney World Orlando Resort To Reopen Amid COVID-19 Case Spike
Most Starbucks Locations Will Require Customers To Wear Face Coverings
Elite Wine Instructor Told Black Student To Call Her 'Master'
Congress Reacts To Supreme Court Rulings On President's Taxes
Flying While Infected? No Federal Law Will Stop You
White House Calls SCOTUS Orders A Win, Despite Immunity Decision
Supreme Court Finds Much Of Oklahoma Is Native American Land
Is Reopening Schools Safe? Dr. Deborah Birx Tells Newsy It Depends.
Schools Open In Florida Next Month. Are Educators Ready?
New York City Paints 'Black Lives Matter' Mural Outside Trump Tower
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Surge In California After Lockdowns Lifted
Biden Counters President Trump With 'Buy American' Economic Plan
CDC Will Not Revise School Reopening Guidelines Despite Pressure
Study Finds Coronavirus Could Cause Brain Damage
Supreme Court Rejects President Trump's Claims Of Complete Immunity
Ivy League Cancels Fall Sports
How Risky Is Bringing My Kids To Day Care?
New Transcript Shows Floyd Told Police Repeatedly He Couldn't Breathe
Seoul's Mayor Found Dead After Reported Missing
New York City Students To Return To Classroom Part Time
1.3 Million Americans File Jobless Claims
Esper And Milley To Testify Thursday Before House Committee
Prescription Denied: Accessing The Abortion Pill
U.S. Surpasses 3 Million Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
House Defense Bill Has $1M To Rebrand Bases Named For Confederates
As President Trump Pushes To Reopen Schools, Safety Guidance To Change
How 'Kung Flu' Rhetoric Impacts The Asian American GOP Vote
Key Impeachment Witness Alexander Vindman Retires From Army
Audit Finds Facebook Made 'Devastating' Moderation Errors
Harvard, MIT Suing ICE To Support International Students
Why Masks On Flights Still Aren't Required By Law
Native American Tribes Cite Infrastructure Concerns Amid COVID-19
Virginia's Capital Removes Another Confederate Statue
Pandemic Sweeps Americas: U.S., 4 Latin Countries Among World's Worst
President Threatens To Withhold Funding From Schools That Don't Reopen
Activists Unveil Criminal Justice Reform Proposal
Supreme Court Upholds Religious Exemption Rule On Contraceptives
FBI Director Calls China The 'Greatest Threat' To The U.S.
How Risky is Getting My Eyebrows Waxed and a Pedicure?
How Risky Is Going To Church?
Is Going To A Wedding Risky?
FBI Investigating Indiana Man's Reported Assault
FDA Warns Of False Positive COVID-19 Tests
Chief Justice John Roberts Briefly Hospitalized In June
Mississippi City To Take Down Statue Of Andrew Jackson
Health Care Workers Worried About Dwindling Medical Supplies
Fauci Warns Of 'False Complacency' As COVID-19 Death Rate Declines
Trump Administration Notifies Congress It Will Withdraw From WHO
Colleges Will Suffer If International Students Are Forced To Leave
Deutsche Bank Fined $150M For Epstein Account Handlings
Will This Aggressive Australian Lockdown Prevent A U.S.-Like Spread?
Facebook CEO Meets With Civil Rights Groups Behind Advertising Boycott
White House Putting Pressure On States To Reopen Schools This Fall
EPA Says Lysol Sprays Are Effective In Killing Coronavirus On Surfaces
International Students Will Have To Leave U.S. If Schools Move Online
Brazil's President Tests Positive For Coronavirus
The Trump Administration Considers Banning TikTok
Former Police Officers Explain The 'Blue Wall Of Silence'
Japan Storms Kill 50 People, Soldiers Pull Survivors From Floodwaters
What History Teaches Us About Attacks On Peaceful Protesters
RNC To Test Attendees For Coronavirus Daily
Biden Campaign Outraises, Outpolls President Trump
Feds Award Novavax $1.6 Billion to Speed Up Virus Vaccine
Prescription Denied: Accessing The Abortion Pill (Trailer)
Georgia Governor Declares State Of Emergency After Weekend Violence
Florida Public Schools Ordered To Reopen For Fall
TikTok To Leave Hong Kong In Response To National Security Law
Frederick Douglass Statue Vandalized On Anniversary Of Famous Speech
Atlanta Mayor Says She And Her Husband Have The Coronavirus
WNBA Dedicates 2020 Season To Social Justice Issues
Harvard And Princeton Release Plans For Fall Semester
239 Scientists Challenge WHO, Assert COVID-19 Spreads Through Air
As Police Divestment Gains Support, Summer Violence Raises Tensions
Schools Push For Removing Names Of Confederate Leaders On Buildings
Egypt Accused Of Arresting Critics Of Its Coronavirus Response
Judge Orders Temporary Shutdown Of Dakota Access Pipeline
Miami-Dade County Mayor Reimposes COVID-19 Closures
Australia Locks Down State Amid COVID-19 Surge
Remains Of Missing Soldier Vanessa Guillen Positively Identified
Tokyo Gov. To Work With Japanese PM On Coronavirus Response
COVID-19 Efforts Disrupt Progress In Fighting Other Diseases
More Than A Dozen People Killed In Chicago Over July 4th Weekend
'Gang-Related' Shooting At South Carolina Club Concert Kills 2
Dozens Of People Dead Or Presumed Dead In Japan Floods
Demonstrators Topple Christopher Columbus Statue In Baltimore
Kanye West Announces Bid For Presidency
Protester Hit By Car On Closed Freeway Dies Of Injuries
President Trump Delivers Divisive Independence Day Speech
Canada Suspends Extradition Treaty With Hong Kong
U.S. Sees Coronavirus Cases Surge As Holiday Begins
U.S. Aircraft Carriers Conduct Drills In South China Sea
Trump Campaign Official Kimberly Guilfoyle Tests Positive For COVID-19
First COVID Drug Trials To Be Released In Two Weeks, WHO Director Says
Paycheck Protection Program Lending Extended Into August
President Trump Attends Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration
2 Oklahoma Police Officers Charged With Murder In Stun Gun Death
Officers Fired After Taking Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial
U.K. To Let Travelers From 59 Countries In Without Self-Isolating